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Ancient critical essays upon English poets and poŽsy - Page 9
by George Gascoigne, William Webbe, Sir John Harington, James I (King of England), Thomas Campion, Francis Meres, Edmund Bolton, Samuel Daniel, Edmund Spenser, Gabriel Harvey - 1815
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The Complete Works of George Gascoigne ...: The posies

George Gascoigne - 1907 - 16 pages
...Therefore even as I have advised you to place all wordes in their natural! or most common and usual! pronunciation, so would I wishe you to frame all sentences...phrase and proper Idioma, and yet sometimes (as I have sayd before) the contrarie may be borne, but that is rather where rime enforceth, or per licentiam...
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The Complete Works of George Gascoigne ...: The posies

George Gascoigne - 1907 - 16 pages
...Therefore even as I have advised you to place all wordes in their naturall or most common and usual! pronunciation, so would I wishe you to frame all sentences...phrase and proper Idioma, and yet sometimes (as I have sayd before) the contrarie may be borne, but that is rather where rime enforceth, or per licentiam...
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The Complete Works of George Gascoigne ...: The posies

George Gascoigne - 1907 - 16 pages
...eares, than they satisfie their owne fancies by suche supei-finesse. Therefore even as I have advised you to place all wordes in their naturall or most common and usuall pronunciation, so would I wishe you to frame all sentences in their mother phrase and proper...
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The Complete Works of George Gascoigne ...: The posies

George Gascoigne - 1907 - 16 pages
...eares, than they satisfie their owne fancies by suche superfinesse. Therefore even as I have advised you to place all wordes in their naturall or most common and usuall pronunciation, so would I wishe you to frame all sentences in their mother phrase and proper...
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The Complete Works of George Gascoigne ...: The posies

George Gascoigne - 1907 - 16 pages
...eares, than they satisfie their owne fancies by suche superfinesse. Therefore even as I have advised you to place all wordes in their naturall or most common and usuall pronunciation, so would I wishe you to frame all sen, tences in their mother phrase and proper...
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Ben Jonson's Poems: A Study of the Plain Style

Wesley Trimpi - 1962 - 292 pages
...adage, Ne quid nimis . . . Also, asmuche as may be, eschew straunge words, or obsoleta et inusitata" and "to place all wordes in their naturall or most common...sentences in their mother phrase and proper Idioma." Your object should be to "frame your stile to perspicuity and to be sensible, for the haughty obscure...
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Studies in the History of the English Language: A Millennial ..., Volume 1

Donka Minkova, Robert P. Stockwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2002 - 496 pages
...advised you to place all words in their natural or most common and usual pronunciation, so would I wish you to frame all sentences in their mother phrase and proper Idioma, and yet sometimes the contrary may be borne, but that is rather where rhyme enforceth, or per licientiam Poeticam, than...
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Shakespeare, 'A Lover's Complaint', and John Davies of Hereford

Brian Vickers - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 329 pages
...such inversions, but accepts them only 'where rime enforceth, or per licentiam poeticam' . Otherwise 'I wishe you to frame all sentences in their mother phrase and proper Idioma' (p. 53). that said ridiculously "In my yeares lustie, many a deed doughtie did I" ' (p. 255). Such...
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The Complete Works of George Gascoigne, Volume 1

George Gascoigne - 1969 - 505 pages
...eares, than they satisfie their owne fancies by suche superfinesse. Therefore even as I have advised you to place all wordes in their naturall or most common and usualI pronunciation, so would I wishe you to frame all sentences in their mother phrase and proper...
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